Suspected drunk driver arrested after Leucadia crash

A suspected drunken driver was arrested early Friday after he caused a freeway crash in the Leucadia area, then ran away from the scene, authorities said.

The crash involved several vehicles on northbound Interstate 5, just north of Leucadia Boulevard, and was reported at 2:22 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.

Paramedics took one person involved in the accident to a hospital, a fire department dispatcher said. The extent of the injury was not immediately reported.

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